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THE Ali US, TiTURSDA. Y", J LTN'E 29, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for th
Th poison is not driven oat of the system by
u more violent poss n at tlie -xpens of t';e e nral
The treatement bullae up from Tb -tr nnrl
the habii vanihe3 qmetly n:n easily, leaving th
rutint in perfe ct health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a inarve
lons renewal has taken plac.
ins-iimt-s in all prts of the Unite i Se tter.
lireratnre on the subject sent 01 application.
MOR tELilQUOR TURK C
Horn Office: BUFOSD BLO JK. 11 cX Island. Ill
Sustain Home Indust
Calling' for Rock Island
Brewing" Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
TRY IT. .
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huberts City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at ihe brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Don't" Miss it Today.
Look in our Second street Windows, they are
there for a few days only you will be a loser if
you neglect his opportunity.
For Ladies' Dongola Button Boots, Flexible Soles,
Patent Tips, that were $2.00 and $1.75.
They are just such bargains as you'd expect of
Iowa's Leading Shoe Store.
For yonr choice of another lot very similar to above
only not so fine, thev were $1.50 and $1.40.
Second anel Harrison Sts., Davenport.
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1803 Second Avenue;
r-t. vi'ook l.mnrr. IxM of Brain Power.
inuenmuveireiiN.wit..u..----. - which lend ti liiHrnilty. m
excewlre nse of tobacco. Pn "iTn lest wic ke t. 1 per box. O for i.
aiouiDPtlon or insanity. . Can be carried I vest P"PJ- Jorntee to cure
QiHhTi TT IVirfaid OB'K-JilitV'c MawUftJeuiple. CHICAGO. IU.
BtfCRE AND AFTER USIHG. no utlier. Addrem KKV. E-lCO.. MaouiyeuJi
.... . : o Itll Anrrrrlct fldt 19th fit
Trv ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with every glass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do you good to
drink at Krell & Math's".
Attend the concert this even,
ing at the Kim street garden
The Columbia club will have a
picnic at Huber's garden, July 4.
Otto's famous band at Hinoher's
Elm street garden this evening.
Modern type faces and new presses
at (Juldenzopf's, 1618 Second avenue.
Mrs. II. S. Uubv left Tuesday even
ing on an extended visit to iSt. Louis
Don't forget the Columbia cluh
picnic at Hiiher's garden, July 4.
The annual picnic of Trinity par
ish is being held at the old toboggan
near the Tower today.
We serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal spring water in our soda. He
member this and try Krell & Math's
(Inldenzopf has the reputation of
doing the tinet printing in the tri
cities. IGl Second avenue. Don's
The second of the series of concerts
;iven bv Otto's band takes place
at Ilincher's Elm
The Plan or Celebration at Iltack Hawk
The only Fourth of July celebra
tion of any importance to be held
hereabouts this year, will beat Black
Hawk Tower, where we are prom
ised one of the most popular demon
strations that the people of
the three cities have ever - been
given opportunity to enjoy.
It will be somewhat of the
good old fashioned sort in the way of
sports many and diversified, while
there will also be plenty of good mu
sic all day for dancing. Otto's full
baud having leen engage. I, and there
will be balloon ascensions in the '
morning and afternoon, with day lire
works in the afternoon and a -brilliant
display at night, including set pieers,
tire balloons, etc.
Beginning Monday Morning
We will make special prices on
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We have a large stock of all sizes. Now k the
time to buy these goods. We will sell you an
$22 Stove for $18.
$2- Stove for $20.
A special train hound for Oma'ia.
Xeb., over the Hig Four and H ek
Island roads left Springfield. O., on
Tues.lav. It contains 111 cars loaded
with engines. threshers, powers,
stackers, and other implements man
ufacture. by the O. S. Kelly Co. It
i handsomely decorated and is said
to be well worth a visit to see. The
train will arrive over the Hock Isl
and here at 3:"J." p. m. today and
leave airain at 7:1." tomorrow niorn
i n g.
Here is what the people of some
cities larger than H ek Island have
to put up with from their street rail
wav corporations. It is from the
Spriiirtield Hi'gister: Owing to the
shabby rails and the broken return
wires of the street car tracks, many
horses are r ceiving electric shocks,
and valuable gentle horses are be
coming" ruined by becoming scared of
the cars, and stiil the street ears are
not paving for the valuable privilege
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27 Oeorge W. Hawks to Adolph ;
Weckel. lot 2. block '2. Smith's add., i
Moline. 10S. '
2SEstato of Daniel I.. Wheeloek.
Appraisement bill filed ami ap- '
proved. ! I
I.irenseil to Wed. 1
24 Frank! 1. McMichael,
Amirew (J. Christensen
M. Anderson. Moline.
Octave Dc Dobbelaere,
2o Frank l'omcroy. Finlinand,
Jennie (iioson. New lloston.
LS James Sehofer. H :.ek Island.
Louisa (iordon. South Hick Island.
(ieorge V Newberry. Katie i.abbi.
LAHtJE, EXTRA LAIUiE
A necessary article should be found in every
u gust a
house. They are not expensive, besides we give
you credit without extra charge.
Schoeschel. Rapids fit v.
111.. Amy Huil.-'in. Hock Island.
Ferilinand A. Hummer. Ka'isa
Cilv. Mo., Orace i- tlolden, Moline,
safetv with v. h.cil faties may use tue
"a!iforiii:i liijuid laxative. Syrup of
Fis. under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get t!c
true and genuine articb-. look for the
name of 'the California Fig Syrup
companv. printed near the bottom of
Sum in '
The auu'.ial picnic
livt r I i:lr l;ent.
leal that is interest ing may
from a loi.k at the new
svstem of ia:'.i-- '- means ni wiuc'i
Unele S:i:n ' i-cs to dcejK'ii tke
channel f.T ;i space of a couple of
thousand feet on the rapids above
town. A force of about i t men is
emploved on the work, and already
the rocky dam extends in an almost
unbroken line from a point near the
old brewery, on t'.e Illinois shore.
l.C'J: feet north into the channel.
From there a wing is to be extended
down stream I'.'U'i feet. Opposite
both the ends of this wing, dams arc
to be run out from the Iowa shore at
right angles, narrowing the channel
to alout 1,000 or 1,200 feet. By this
means it is expected to raise the
water (and so practically deepen
the channel) about nine-tenths of a
foot. The scheme is similar in its
workings to the Eades jetty system
in use for many years on the lower
river, and will enable boats to ascend
the rapids, which at this point are
the most diflicnlt of transit of any
place on the upper river, without
difficulty in low water. J. li. Gor
don is overseer of the work and J. C.
A steam drill boat is at work in the
channel, cutting off projecting rocks,
with which the bed of the river there
abounds, and a dredge is busy dredg
ing out the old dam which formerly
extended out from the Illinois shore
about a quarter of a mile below the
new one. The rocks being taken out
here are being utilized in building
the new dam. The work will be com
pleted before fall.
Wa what a witty woman called that period of
life which all nvd lle-agei pas through, and dur
lnc ahich o miny eein to think they mn suf
fer that n :tuie mteaded it o. The ame lady
added: "Jf you don't ba'ieve in 'woman's nfler-fg-e,'
the e if ene ballot which will effectually
lit feat it Pr. Fierce' Favori'e Tr scription."
Thi is true, rot only at ihe pericd of middle
life, hat at all age when women mffer fr. m
i:terinc dictate, rni fol irrepnlari'le. inflsm
ination, nlceraiion or pro'ap-ue. the ' Favori'e
Pretcriition"' ftr nzthens thu weak or d B
eascd orcan? ar.d enriches the blood, that yer.rs
of hea't i and eiijoymeot arc a Medio life.
I'mirlli or. Inly felebnil Ion.
For the Fourth of July, the 15ur
lington. Cedar Rxpids & Northern
raihvav will sell excursion tickets be
tween all poiiUs on its line at a very
low rate. Tickets on sale July 3d
and 4th. good to return on or before
Julv .'AhT 1$'J3. For further infor
mation call on or address any agent
of this company.
. J. E. Hansegan,
Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Agt
oand. wli ai-o gave :
gan'en in the even it::,
largely attended by
co::eeri :;t !;e
It was .p'.iie
friends m" t'nc
Telephone, telegraph, and kir. dre.!
electrical messengers will be uliiix.ed ,'
bv the orders for Sozodont. which j
will be flashed and sounded oxer the
wires. It is as welt known abroad as
at home, as a cleansing agent for the
Speeixl World a F:iir KirumioTi.
July 3 and 4, the C. R. I. & I
Railway company will sell round trip
tickets'lo all points within 2 t miles
of Rock Island (this includes Chica- J
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ge at line aiiei mil. 1 1111 t i.ii-.
turn limit July 5. Rock Island to
Chicago and return $6.65, from mid
night July 2, good leaving Chicago
anv time before midnight July 5.
I was troubled with catarrh for
seven vears previous to commencing
the use of Ely's Cream Halm. It has
done for me what other so-called
cures have failed to do cured me.
The effect of the Halm seemed mag
ical. Clarence L. Huff, Riddeford,
After trying many remedies for ca
tarrh during the past 12 years, f
tried Ely's Cream Ralni with com
plete success. It is over one year
since I stopied using it. and have
' had no return of catarrh. I recom
mend it to all niv friends. Milton
T Palm. Reading" Pa
Oraml Kirnrslon to Peoria.
The German Catholic societies will
have an excursion to Peoria to attend
the lirst state convention on Sunday,
July 9. Round trip tickets $1.50.
Tickets can be had at George Koenig
saeker's store, Adam Klotz's book
store Chris Naab's butcher shop, and
Dolly Bros.' shoe store. Everybody
Kiexnion Rates Fourth of July, 1893.
. July 3 and 4. Cv M. & St. P. rail
way will sell excursion tickets for
one and one-third fare for round trip
good to return Julv 5, for any dis
tance not to exceed 200 miles. No
extention of time granted on these
tickets. E. D. W. Holmes, AgentJ
A STOMACH LIKE AN INDIAN.
Why the Indians Never Have Dys
pepsia, Yet are Careless Eaters.
i:ril.,,i-z: Si Sono co-al l nc-
f yji A J Ki r I cuso any-Indian of
overnrefulnci s in
eating. lie nte what;
nntr.rc gnvo him
berries from tho
trooil, spoil from
lit 4 traps, game
from lii3 bow. IIi
ate plenty of It, ate till lie was full. It
was not very-well cooked sometimes, nn.l
be often nte fast.
When hunting or flfrhtinsr a !ny vnnlil
often pasa without anything being eaten
Yet he never had dyspepsia,
lie never "dieted."
We hear too much about "dieting"
A man nsn't ent pie, or cabbage, or
cake, or beans, or this and that.
He musn't ent very mueh and ho mutdo
it very Blow. He mut never drink when lie
eat. He musn't hurry. He inusn't worry.
And so it goes.
This Is all very Rood ndvieo. But it
would worrv a man to rteutli to remem
" er it all. Vhy can't we live like the
-ndian In a . ealthy, licarty, natural way?
Itecause we have eueh weak stomachs.
ISut how did the Indian possess xucli per
fect strong, dip-estion? liy tnkinK that
melicine of h.s, Saitwa, when ever ho felt
there was anything wronsr with him. That
Hagws we have now employed him to
make for us. If vou would take the
natural American remedy for dyspepsia.
Kick a poo Sagwa, vou, too, would not
know what a weak stomach or dyspepsia
Thanks to the efforts of the Kickanoo
JTedicine Company, Indian Sagwa and
other Kickanoo Ir Man remedies are ob
tainableof any drmririst, and t' eir genuine
curative value is beyond comparison.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5.00.
Bed Room Suits.
TatdVa anrl Ctjairs.
Big Ass-oi tnifnt.
SPECIAL We have a few Mi. -slit Carpets we will sell below cost
Take a hk at them.
M strings Oil Cl-tbs, Cntiius, 13 i by Carriages.
Easy Payments No extra charges
mm. a. meck,
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sc!iti - ni irinnv ciniicii iik
at Spii:.: Cove, near ll;c Watel; Tow
er. cieriay. There were a lar.:e .
imnil)ef i:: :it tetnlatice aii;! ti'.'-i'.nv
was m. -I ! vjli t f :i 1 1 v .-pent in eamo a:.d
other pastimes. ',
The iMipiN nf the (lerniatt i-iither- '
nil -ehiMii liel 1 their pier.ie :it Hilieh- ;
er"s pinlcii yesterday. Tlie p:tr:iic
of t!ic liiinils was headed bv tilce-r's
322 3,-:dy tree Davenport. Iowa.
iUv'Ju'lstriii i.f nU kin s r r.?-r.
eti'li-ar rliriv.) t-tl sil '!" t "" ive.
Notice Aft;T July 1 t re will close :tt :: . in. Saturday at 10 p. m.
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too many summer shoes for ihe time of
year Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Hlucher's.
Stylish. Were $5.50. Now $3
White Canvas Oxfords, Kid
Tip and trimmed. Were f2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pic
toe. Were 3. Now $'.50.
Creoles Finesjt Russia Calf
Elepant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and Plain. Were $3. Now
Ladies Hue Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
2. Now $1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
niMiierous to mention, at greatly
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
vi 1 ..LOt.1
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tiitwarb And Houbk Furnishing Goods.
1812 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
tor sale In Kock Islam dj xiariz oc uiiiuej,ui66..,